Oh my …….I feel so sorry for you. I thought my problem was bad I live in a two family home my mother on the first floor, my sister just moved back but always had all her stuff on the second floor and her son lived there til he just recently passed away and he was a huge hoarder just like his mother. The entire second floor is filled with my sister and her sons stuff floor to ceiling. My mother on the first floor and my sister lives down there with her now refusing to move upstairs and clean, throw out stuff and live. I live in a separate house in the back and I have recently had a daily ordeal of dealing with these creatures. Everyday I buy traps, ammonia, mothballs,peppermint oil,peppermint tea you name it. I have always been OCD since I was a child about cleanliness so this is really giving me anxiety. I can not sleep at night always have every room with the lights on but ofcourse the lights do not deter the rodents from roaming the house. Please let me know what you do and what works, unfortunately moving is not an option as I am sure you wish you could. Rockaway Beach NYC
In this discussion, we will discuss the rise in cybercrime targeting the healthcare industry, specifically major hospitals and patient care facilities. Ransomware has become the weapon of choice and we have seen a myriad of variants hitting large hospitals and patient care facilities. Additionally, because security was an afterthought, there are significant vulnerabilities in the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT). Hackers are targeting these devices as entry into the hospital network and then pivoting to patient records, hospital private networks and electronic medical record software. We will discuss real world examples and discuss the delivery mechanisms as well as the entire kill chain.
Dr. J. L. Capelo obtained his degree in Chemistry by the University of Santiago de Compostela in 1994 and his . in Chemistry in 2002 by the Vigo University, Spain, where he was assistant to staff (grant) from 1994 to 1997 and from 1998 to 1999; and associated professor (Lecturer) from 1999 to 2002. He was honored with the University of Vigo’s award to the best Doctoral Thesis defended in 2002 in the Faculty of Chemistry. In February 2002, he moved to IST, Technical University of Lisbon, as a postdoctoral researcher. In December 2004, he became Research Fellow at REQUIMTE (), at the Chemistry Department of the New University of Lisbon, and in 2006 he was invited as senior lecturer in the same institution. Begging 2009 Dr. Capelo moved as Research Fellow to the University of Vigo, Physical Chemistry Department (Spain). Since 2012 Dr. Capelo is located as Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemistry, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, REQUIMTE - Universidade Nova de Lisboa (FCT-UNL), Moonte de Caparica, Portugal.